James Blunt time change

James Blunt is back in South Africa to tour his fourth album, Moon Landing (Apollo Edition).

James Blunt is back in South Africa to tour his fourth album, Moon Landing (Apollo Edition).

Published Feb 12, 2015

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The James Blunt concert time has changed.

The international star takes to the stage at Carnival City’s Big Top Arena this weekend (Saturday, 14 February and Sunday, 15 February 2015). Fans are urged however to take note that the concert times have changed. Blunt’s performances will start at 21h00 instead of 20h00.

According to Carnival City’s Events and Entertainment Manager, Matthew Cook, communication will be sent directly to ticket holders notifying them of this change.

There will be no supporting act but doors to the Big Top Arena will open at 19:30. The shows at the Big Top Arena are two of only three shows Blunt will do while in South Africa. The first show takes place at GrandWest’s Grand Arena on the 12th of February 2015. Blunt’s Moon Landing tour in South Africa is presented by KFM and M-Net.

Moon Landing is the fourth album by Blunt. The album is the follow up to 2010’s Some Kind of Trouble and is his first new material in three years.

The album features production from the likes of Steve Mac, Guy Chambers and Steve Robson and was executively produced by Tom Rothrock, who worked with Blunt on 2005’s Back to Bedlam. His latest singles ‘Bonfire Heart’ and ‘Postcards’ are climbing the international and local charts proving to be another two big hits.

 

Tonight Reporter

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